The Tree Top Walk is a world famous, renowned tourist attraction in the heart of the Valley of the Giants wilderness area, which is part of the Walpole – Nornalup National Park.
Built of lightweight steel attached to steel pylons, this remarkable 600 meter structure allows you to walk amongst the canopy of old growth forest.
Majestic towering Karri trees and ancient Red Tingle trees, over 400 years old, are endemic to this pristine wilderness area.
Enjoy panoramic views 40 meters above the ground along this gentle tree top walk. Suitable for all ages, including children and wheelchairs.
Beneath the steel structure is a tranquil bush walk and boardwalk, called the ‘Ancient Empire’ that allows you to experience these remarkable giant trees up close on the forest floor.
From Walpole – drive 13km east on South Coast Hwy. Turn left on Valley of Giants Road. Tree Top Walk is a further 5km.
From Denmark – drive 41 km West along South West Hwy. Turn right on Valley of Giants Road. Tree Top Walk is a further 5km.
For more information, see http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/walpole-nornalup